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Harry Rosenthal

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Rosenthal, an orchestra leader and pianist wrote five operettas in London during the 1920s. Rosenthal began his career in the U.S. as a performer on stage in 1930, playing a wise-cracking pianist. He later toured the world with would-be-heir to the British throne, Edward, Prince of Wales. Rosenthal began his film career in 1931, a career which lasted 17 years. A few hours after playing at a party given by William Frawley, he suffered a heart attack and passed away. A favorite subject of newspaper columnists, his passing was noted by several journalists of the time. Read more...

Actor

Character: Harrison, Cafe Manager

Tail Spin 1939

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Character: Bill Wilkins - Pianist

Wife, Husband and Friend 1939

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Character: The Trombenick

Sullivan's Travels 1941

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Character: Orchestra Conductor & Arranger

For Me and My Gal 1942

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Character: Sherman Starr

The Horn Blows at Midnight 1945

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